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Is this a common phenomenon ?

Discussion in 'General Glocking' started by glock1769, Jan 20, 2013.


  1. glock1769

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    I just purchased my first Glock a little over a week ago...a G17 Gen 4. I found myself at a store today...intending to just look at accessories, etc. I decided to ask the sales guy to check out the G26 Gen 4. I'm somewhat embarrassed to report that I walked out of there with my second Glock. I feel pretty much covered now with the big guy and the baby. I hope this holds me over or I may end up in trouble with my wife !!! :wow:
     

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  2. 20South

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    :rofl::rofl::rofl::rofl::rofl::rofl:

    Good luck with that!
     

  3. Scrappy

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    Well, I no longer have the wife, but still have my Glocks!
    They cost me less to operate too!
    Yeah they can buy there shoes , Coach and Prada hand bags but god forbid you buy a handgun!
     
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  4. SCmasterblaster

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    Congrats on your second Glock!
     
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  5. Globetruck

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    You know that copper stuff that Glock puts in the slide? It's not lube. It's a mind control chemical that makes you want more Glocks.
     
  6. CoolComputerGuy

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    Give the 26 to the wife, she will love it! Then get yourself a 19. Muahahaha!!!
     
  7. gooffeyguy

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    Lol, congrats. It's addicting. Not sure I'd call a G17 the big guy though
     
  8. Butch

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    Congrats!

    Only two to go.....in Gen4 that is, three if you can handle a Gen3 G17L. :)

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    Oh, by the way, it's not a phenomenon, it's an addiction. :supergrin:
     
  9. crash_gsxr750

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    Glocks are like Lays potato chips
     
  10. M 7

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    That's what we've all said at one point.

    Another one falls to the illness... :rofl:
     
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  11. jdeere_man

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    It's bad condition to have. My first firearm was a Glock 26 and I've since accumulated 13 additional Glock firearms.

    I will warn you this issue is worth with Smith & Wesson revolvers so I'd avoid those.
     
  12. SCmasterblaster

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    I have had just one Glock since 1989.